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Fantastic museums, amazing stately homes, maritime treats and Britain’s largest collection of cathedrals. Explore and discover the East Anglia’s history and heritage

Visit historic houses in East Anglia – where you can wander through rooms full of family artefacts and priceless heirlooms. There are so many to choose from – the Jacobean gems of Audley End House near Saffron Walden and Blickling Hall near Aylsham; the eccentric oval-shaped Ickworth at Horringer near Bury St. Edmunds; and 18th C. Woburn Abbey, home of the Dukes of Bedford.

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Strangers Hall Museum
Norwich, Norfolk
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St. Michael the Archangel- Booton
Booton, Norfolk
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St Johns Church- Hoveton
Horning, Norfolk
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St. Edmund- Acle
Norwich Road, Acle
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St Catherines Church- Ludham
Ludham, Norfolk
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St Andrews Church- Wickhampton
Church Road, Wickhampton
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All Saints- Catfield
Catfield, Norfolk
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Wolterton Estate
Norwich, Norfolk
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St John the Baptist Church- Coltishall
Coltishall, Norfolk
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Norwich Cathedral
Norwich, Norfolk
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How Hill House
Ludham, Norfolk
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Dragon Hall
Norwich, Norfolk
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Church of St John- Maddermarket
Norwich, Norfolk
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Cathedral of St John The Baptist
Norwich, Norfolk
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All Saints Church- Salhouse
Wroxham, Norfolk
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West Stow – The First English Village
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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